EURO 2020 belatedly gets underway this evening when Turkey take on Italy at 8pm UK time.

English supporters have high hopes, as a team chock with youthful attacking vigour and blessed with one of the most clinical finishers in world football is among the favourites to hoist the Henri Delaunay aloft at Wembley on July 11.

The Three Lions will kick-off their campaign on Sunday at 2pm looking to avenge their 2018 World Cup semi-final exit against a technically proficient Croatia side led by evergreen talisman Luka Modric.

But where can you watch the action unfold? Here's a list of Isle of Wight pubs and bars screening the next four weeks of action.


The Bugle Inn — four screens, evening games will depend on numbers, but earlier games to be screened.


The Waverley — one screen, games can be viewed on request.

The Cask & Crispin — three screens in pub and one in garden. First come, first served for England games, with doors locked when at capacity.


Pier View — three screens in bar, almost fully booked for this weekend.

East Cowes

Prince of Wales — two screens will show all games, no need to book ahead.

East Cowes Conservative Club — members only, or must be accompanied by a member.


West Wight Social Club — one projector and one TV. Must be a member or signed in by one.

Freshwater Conservative Club — must be a member or signed in by one.

Isle of Wight County Press: England fans on the Island celebrate a World Cup goal.England fans on the Island celebrate a World Cup goal.


Rocket Ronnies — several indoor screens.

Southern Vectis Sports Club — showing all games, but members only.

Hog's Head — showing all games.


The Chequers Inn — large outdoor screen in the pub garden.


The Crown — one big screen and loads of smaller TVs. Showing all games.

Rocket Ronnies — several indoor screens.

The Falcon — seven screens and all games shown.

The Marine Bar — one large projector with plans to show all games.

King Lud.


The Old Comical — every game shown on three screens, with one outside specifically for England games.

The Tap — showing all games.

Scruffy Jacks — seven screens, with booking required. England vs Scotland is almost sold out already.


Plough and Barleycorn — listed as showing England games, unconfirmed on others.

Shanklin Conservative Club — three screens for England, one for other games. You must either be a member or accompanied by one.

Townhouse — five screens, all games shown and not taking bookings.

Holliers Inn — two large screens with one outside, all games being shown.

Waterfront Inn — three screens, with one of them large. All games shown.


The Blenheim — three screens will beam out all games. You need to book ahead, with Sunday's game between England and Croatia already booked up.

The Rose — listed as showing games.

England fixtures

Vs Croatia: Sunday June 13, 2pm.

Vs Scotland: Friday June 18, 8pm.

Vs Czech Republic: Tuesday June 22, 8pm.

Isle of Wight County Press: The UEFA Euro 2020 trophy. Photo credit: Marco Verch ( UEFA Euro 2020 trophy. Photo credit: Marco Verch (


I would love England to bring home the trophy, my main reservations surround Jordan Pickford's propensity for rashness and the backline's dependence on — possibly unfit — centre half Harry McGuire, which undermines a sublime attack.

A run to the semis will be a decent tournament, with Gareth Southgate facing a far more stringent challenge than the kind draw at the World Cup.

For those reason I have Portugal to win but expect England to put in a solid showing, with Harry Kane battling Romelu Lukaku, Kylian Mbappe and CR7 for another golden boot.

Messrs Foden, Grealish and possibly Rice should feature among the competition's brightest emerging talents.

Not on the list?....

If you are a pub showing the matches who were not included on the list, please get in touch by emailing so we can add you!